More than Rippin’ or Rascality: Jonah Hill’s Mid90s

By Brandon Konecny. “My visceral reaction when I hear someone is making a movie about skateboarding is…I wish they [sic] wouldn’t,” says professional skateboarder Rodney Mullen. And his remarks are understandable. Aside from maybe Larry Clark’s Kids (1995), skateboarding has never fared well in narrative cinema, usually serving as an exotic object for middle-class audience’s … Continue reading More than Rippin’ or Rascality: Jonah Hill’s Mid90s